Friday, December 21, 2007

Cute Cookie Cutters.

Every year I have been making cookies with my girls, even as tiny babies I would give them toy rolling pins and play do cookie cutters to make their own creations. Here is Jillian rolling the dough with Mommy's special antique glass rolling pin(from my MIL)
*Notice the Tim Horton's, helps get me through the whole process, LOL.

The girls have on their homemade aprons from their Great Aunt Chris, I think they look too darn cute. :O)
There are some cookies out of the oven, ready to be decorated.

Jennifer is getting to be a pro with the rolling pin, crazy but this made me so emotional(must be the season). There are times when I wish she would just stop growing.

Jennifer took this photo so I could show you the apron my Grandma made me last Christmas(still a beautiful sewer at 87). It was bitter sweet putting this on this year, I miss her beyond words. My heart still hurts so much, this will be a difficult holiday. I am having dinner this year, I hope I do her proud.

Some finished products, quality control(Hubby, LOL)said they were delicious!

Out of order photo, thought it was cute how they are working together. One holding the bowl and one mixing, I hope they are always there for each other.

Cheers, a job well done. Rewarded with juice and popcorn.


crazylady said...

hate you Betty crocker!

Can you lower the standard bar? Ankle height. PLEASE!

The aprons are a great touch. We use garbage bags tied with tuc tape.

thinking of you and Grams

Stacy said...

What adorable bakers! The finishe product looks YUMMY!

The apron is beautiful. I am sure you will do your grandma proud.

I hope you all have a VERY Merry Christmas!!!

Beverly said...

Looks like fun. I haven't made cookies with Glenys yet but I have a set to try and make.


maia said...

Back for more Christmas never disappoint!
Your grandmother's apron is beautiful, btw.

Dolores and Shawn said...

They're so cute! What great little helpers you have there.

Diana said...

Love this post, the girls (all 3 of them), look adorable in their aprons. These are great memory making days for your girls and you.....
Bless you for being such an awesome mother.
The cookie making scene at our house was MUCH different!

Dawn, Chris & Zoe said...

I know Zoe would LOVE your Cookies.
Merry Christmas!!!

mommy24treasures said...

Looks like fun and they look super yummy!

mrs incredible said...

you mean putting extra frosting on crumbly oreos you found in the back of the pantry doesn't count? darn, guess I'll have to get all floury.

kris said...

Yum... I wanna come bake with you guys!

Ms. Dragonfly said...

Change is hard. I'm sure your food will taste spectacular.
My mom informed me that next year I must do Xmas cuz she's getting too old. How will I ever measure up?

nikki said...

I can see why you got teary-eyed...those photos captured some wonderful moments! Your girls are too sweet for words, Kerri.